The debate "Libraries as we now know them won't last forever" was started by
August 12, 2014, 7:51 am.
28 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 6 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Superr1fifty posted 1 argument, PsychDave posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
echofrommadiun posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
tkershaw3, true_debate_life, I_Voyager, Superr1fifty, gopakumar, FaZe_GhostSniper1, bitman, PsychDave, lg, Kirito, Haelaeif, werdninja, Blindness, elisete, futurelawyer192, Mufti, Fromage, honestopinion14, stormshy, keepscrolling, PandaKidd and 7 visitors agree.
echofrommadiun, Portia_Yov, llthslvtr, Untamed and 2 visitors disagree.
The topic doesn't say that libraries will cease to exist, it says libraries as we know them. Libraries have already changed a great deal in the last few hundred years. Computers, inexpensive printing, and easy transportation have changed what libraries look like. Computers, ebooks and periodicals have all changed libraries and, with new technologies they will continue to change. Libraries will always be around, but they probably won't look much like the ones we grew up with.
It's going interavtive.
It shouldn't happen since library is the place to enhance knowledge. It has various collection books ranging from fiction to science. I know that modern people nowadays use Google for everything but book is still the best. Studies have shown that reading can possibly prevent Alzheimer's and Dementia since it keeps your brain active. We all know most libraries are modified by subjoin of a cafe or a spa in it so you'll do two activities in one place. Interesting, right?